Occupational safety, health and injury management network
About the network
The network has been established to assist public sector practitioners to exchange information in order to meet the challenges within their workplaces. These sessions are a mechanism to:
- provide opportunities to exchange information across agencies;
- exchange information through forums and meetings;
- provide mentors for small agencies or areas where practitioners may be isolated in the performance of their duties; and
- promote the Code of Practice to practitioners.
The Network Committee are currently planning further events for 2013. Should you wish to register your interest if you haven't already, please email email@example.com.
Should your department or agency wish to host a networking event, please contact 9282 0677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, 21 March 2013
The Public Sector Commission hosted the first Occupational, Safety, Health and Injury Management Network session for 2013 on Thursday 21 March at Dumas House, West Perth.
The first presentation of the session was delivered by Clive Elliot and Dianne Bacchion of OneLife WA. The presentation slides from the presentation, which was titled Suicide Prevention in the workplace: whose responsibility is it?, are available. Download Clive and Dianne's slides here [PDF, 1.49 MB].
The second presentation of the session was delivered by Martin Anderson, Safety Manager, at the Fremantle Ports Authority. Martin's presentation slides from his presentation titled Award Winning Safety: the Fremantle Ports Authority's Work Safe award winning Safety for Life program are available. Download Martin Anderson's slides here [PDF, 2.8 MB].
Past networking events
Details of past networking events and their presentations are available on the past networking events page.